Make a wish upon a car
FILE PHOTO: A red 2017 Chevrolet Cruze was given away on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at AutoNation Chevrolet to benefit the WiSH Foundation. The car was donated by AutoNation, Inc. to be raffled to raise funds for the foundation that is supporting the Hart school district. Katharine Lotze/The Signal
By Katharine Lotze
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

Amy Juico of Castaic was the winner of a new 2017 Chevy Cruze Wednesday night at the open house at AutoNation Chevrolet Valencia.

AutoNation, Inc. donated the vehicle to be raffled to help the WiSH Education Foundation raise funds for the foundation supporting the William S. Hart Union High School District, according to a press release.

Amy Juico of Castiac and her son Christian, left, pose for a photo with their new car and the WiSH Foundation’s Amy Daniels, Richard Cohn, Mark LeCompte of AutoNation Chevrolet, and Lynne Secrest of the WiSH Foundation on Wednesday night. Photo courtesy of Dave Caldwell

About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.

FILE PHOTO: A red 2017 Chevrolet Cruze was given away on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at AutoNation Chevrolet to benefit the WiSH Foundation. The car was donated by AutoNation, Inc. to be raffled to raise funds for the foundation that is supporting the Hart school district. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Make a wish upon a car

Amy Juico of Castaic was the winner of a new 2017 Chevy Cruze Wednesday night at the open house at AutoNation Chevrolet Valencia.

AutoNation, Inc. donated the vehicle to be raffled to help the WiSH Education Foundation raise funds for the foundation supporting the William S. Hart Union High School District, according to a press release.

Amy Juico of Castiac and her son Christian, left, pose for a photo with their new car and the WiSH Foundation’s Amy Daniels, Richard Cohn, Mark LeCompte of AutoNation Chevrolet, and Lynne Secrest of the WiSH Foundation on Wednesday night. Photo courtesy of Dave Caldwell

About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.